jsantossilva at hotmail.com
Tue Nov 22 23:08:37 UTC 2011
On 22-11-2011 22:12, Raymond Wagner wrote:
> On 11/22/2011 16:36, José Silva wrote:
>> I'm running dd-wrt (v24sp2 std-nokid) on two Buffalo WHR-HP-G54 routers
>> With that, I have ftp, ssh, asterisk, cups, samba, you name it, on this
>> tiny thing. It even crossed my mind to install mythtv on it.
> All that, at the same time, on just 16MB of memory? I would have
> expected that 200MHz MIPS to be swamped just with echo cancellation and
> G.729 compression for a single call.
I actually changed the mem chips, which was quite a challenge, and it
now has 32MB. I agree with you, 16MB was just too tight.
I also must say that asterisk came installed with the optware base
package but I never put it to work, it's just sleeping there.
Anyway, what's working is: the normal dd-wrt router package (router,
firewall, dns, wifi, web server, what else?) is openvpn, openssh,
proftpd, cups, samba, xinetd. Looking at the load graph on the
processor, it doesn't look loaded to me.
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